Understanding the complex operations of keeping the lights on with Mani Vadari

Mani Vadari, who released Electric System Operations: Evolving to the Modern Grid, Second Edition, gave us a behind-the-scenes look at today’s electric grid: To the layperson, electricity may seem ubiquitous and simple; flip the switch and voilà, you have light! But what happens behind the scenes is anything but simple. Today’s electric grid is increasingly …

Problem Solving 101 with Ed Birrane

At Artech House, we ask our authors what problems their books can help readers solve. In this series, we share what our authors aim to do in their writing, starting with Ed Birrane, who, along with Jason Soloff, wrote Designing Delay-Tolerant Applications for Store-and-Forward Networks: How can I increase the value of a congested/impaired network? Network …

Upcoming Event in February Focuses on European Utilities Telecom Networks Needs for Better Security, Reliability and Visibility

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, January 29, 2020 Upcoming Event in February Focuses on European Utilities Telecom Networks Needs for Better Security, Reliability and Visibility Utility Telecoms 2020 | 25 – 27 February 2020, Amsterdam | 100+ leading utility telecom professionals will convene in Amsterdam to transform utility telecom departments and drive the migration to …

The Chicken and the Egg. Telecommunications and Electricity in Smart Grids with Alberto Sendin

Artech author Alberto Sendin gave us insight with regard to telecommunications and electricity in Smart Grids, read on for more: There is probably no controversy on this matter when it comes to reviewing historical aspects of the early days of Electricity and Telecommunications. There are some that have even argued that Telecommunications were a ‘spin-off’ …